Brittany With Your Family is a full-colour, practical and accessible book for independently minded UK families looking to make the most of their family holiday. The guide highlights the best opportunities for families in the region and offers expert opinion on where to stay, where to eat and where to spend your holiday time enjoyably.
- Includes: Family Highlights, Best Animal Parks, Best Beaches, Best Castles & Museums, Best Markets & Shops, Best Indoor & Outdoor Activities
- Details how to plan a trip a family trip to Brittany with all the practical advice you need to know.
- Includes sections on Child-Friendly Events & Festivals, Markets, Family-friendly accommodation and family-friendly dining.
- The guide covers: Ille-et-Vilane, Cotes d'Armor, Finistere, Morbihan and the best villages, towns & cities within these areas such as Rennes, St-Malo, Mont-St-Michel, Dinan, Brest, Carnac among others.
Great Family Trips You'll Remember Forever
At last, a travel guide for families that tells you how it reallyis. See the best of everything, with expert advice from mums and dads that will give you the confidence to organise a fun and inspired trip.
With Your Family has the inside knowledge for trouble-free breaks, full of memories to last a lifetime.
Discover magical Arthurian myths and legends
Become a lighthouse keeper for the day
Enjoy life on a Breton farm and see lots of animals
Take an acrobatic, tree-top route through a forest
Plus: the best attractions, food & drink and accommodation
Also: lots of evocative photos and regional maps
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Rhonda Carrier (Brittany, France and Manchester, UK) was born in the Midlands but spent much of her teens wandering and lived in Hong Kong and Vienna before studying languages and literature at Cambridge and the Sorbonne in Paris. During the 1990s she lived in London where she worked as a writer and editor for local guides and listings magazines, as well as publishing some award-winning short fiction. Since meeting her husband, the writer Conrad Williams, she has divided her time between Manchester in the UK and a crumbling old cognac farm in France, accompanied by their sons Ethan and Ripley.
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